Or… maybe you see that there’s a bigger plan in the works for your life. If that’s too spiritual a view for you, perhaps it’s time to come to terms with your fears and accept realities you don’t want to accept. [Read more…]
There are many indications that it might be time to call it quits in your relationship, but it doesn’t mean you have to split up. In fact, listen with your partner if you think you may be experiencing relationship hiccups so that you can discuss what can be done instead of just throwing in the towel. [Read more…]
A career can take up over half your life, so why would you settle for one that makes you miserable?
I’ve settled a lot over the years and I got so burnt out. I didn’t realize there was a formula to finding something I’d like and that might even pay well, if not more than I’ve ever made.
Scott Barlow with Happen To Your Career joins me to talk about what it takes to be happy in a career and even make more money doing so. You don’t want to miss this one.
Visit happentoyourcareer.com/brain to get your free Ultimate Strengths Guide so that you can learn just exactly where you excel and what careers you’d be best at.
I often work with clients who’ve been to couple’s therapy but are still stuck where they are in the relationship. In fact, most of the time one partner is “fine” while the other is not. I’ve often found that the one who is not fine is also the one who is trying harder to save the relationship.
Sometimes I am puzzled when I see that the “fine” partner doesn’t see anything wrong, and points the finger at the other person.
“She’s the one with the problem!” or
“He’s the one that gets upset!”
If comments like that have ever come out of your partner’s mouth during a therapy session, then you are most likely in a troubling situation. [Read more…]
Do you like the career path you are on? I invite Scott Barlow, an expert in life and career mentoring to help you get an understanding of knowing the path you want to take in life. He’s offering a free 8 day video course at theoverwhelmedbrain.com/whatfits.
It’s a great talk and might give you some insight if you’re doing what you really enjoy or not. You probably already know if you enjoy what you’re doing, but Scott helps you break down how to figure out if you’re going to be happy doing it indefinitely.